This trail is one of the most beloved trails in Mount Tamalpais. This 7.4 mile moderate loop features a bit of everything: waterfalls, redwood, Douglas fir, oak forests, grassland, canyons, and views galore.
DETAILED HIKE INFORMATION
For more information about the trails visit these sites:
Bay Area Hiker
WEATHER OUTLOOK (AS OF TUE, FEB 19)
The Mount Tamalpais State Park is expected to be partly cloudy with a high of 53F and a low of 46F.
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We will meet at the trailhead provided in alltrails at 10am.
Due to the rains, we will push this out to March. Hopefully this will give nature some time to yield a bit of sunshine for us.
We will take the ferry over to Angel Island for a hike. We will likely hike the 6 mile Mt. Livermore Loop.
FIRE PIT AND S’MORES
After our hike, we will head to Spark SF in Mission Bay. We have reservation for a fire pit for our use. Provisions to make s’mores will be provided.
More details will be posted soon.
Tomales Point Trailhead, Tomales Point Trail, Inverness, CA 94937
We have had to move this hike due to the fires in early winter and the rainfall in the late winter.
The Tomales Point Trail follows an old ranch road along the northern top of the Point Reyes Peninsula. This trail is situated within the Tule Elk Reserve, which means the chances of us seeing magnificent elks throughout the hike are high.
Distance: 5 miles round trip
Hiking Time: 2.5-3 hours
Elevation Gain: 600 feet
Notes: Dogs and bikes prohibited
A casual early spring picnic in Pierce Point Ranch in Point Reyes. We will use it as a time to share food and warm cozy drinks. Bring food you’d like to share.
Bring along a project you're working on or learn a new one. If you're interested learning, I can teach you how to make crepe paper flowers and how to make wreaths. Please specify your interest when RSVPing.
We also hope to hear about your favorite outdoor adventures and ones you'd like to try or do more of so we can plan them together.